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Fr. Joe Kempf gives us an excellent resources for both adults and kids to help us deal with loss. Fr. Joe really understands the grieving process and offers excellent advice for those at any stage of that journey. Paperback; 102 pgs.
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For over thirty years, nearly one million bereaved Catholic families have drawn comfort from the pastoral wisdom of the late Msgr. Joseph M. Champlin in Through Death to Life. The new edition of this leading Catholic funeral planning resource contains all the approved lectionary readings and other liturgical texts needed to celebrate a funeral Mass, bringing together in one place all the official liturgical texts needed for planning a Catholic funeral Mass. This accessible, easy-to-use...
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Kate Merrick examines the Bible's gritty stories of resilient women as well as her own experience losing a child,a journey followed by more than a million on prayfordaisy.com,to reveal the reality of surprising joy and deep hope even in the midst of heartache.
WHILE THEY LAST!
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Compassion in the face of pain, anguish, or unspeakable evil often produces confusion and bewilderment: How can someone endure such unjust suffering with such calm? Wouldn't it be more natural, and more proper, to not be calm at all? In Compassion, Christina Feldman draws over 30 years of experience as a Buddhist to explain how ordinary people are able to use compassion to overcome negative feelings like tragedy, pain, and terror. Feldman first examines compassion itself, using Buddhist texts...
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Each devotion includes:
Scripture passage and prayer
Steps Toward Healing questions
Space for journaling
Readings for holidays and special occasions also included
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As a mother who has suffered with loss on many levels, Kathe Wunnenberg knows from firsthand experience that there are no easy answers for those who mourn. Her tender and comforting devotions will help you deal with your grief and find hope and strength in God.Grieving the Loss of a Loved One is a devotional for those who know the acute heartache that accompanies loss. Using Scripture verses from multiple translations, these thoughtful devotions will help you walk through the stages of grief,...
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For anyone who is grieving the loss of beloved pets, this bestselling little book offers wisdom, comfort, and the reassuring hope that we will see our cats and dogs and other animals in heaven.Friar Jack Wintz has been pondering this for years, and he is convinced that God's loving relationship with creation includes the afterlife. Here, Friar Jack traces the history of God's fatherly care for his creatures—from thr Garden of Eden, to Noah and the Ark, Jonah and the Whale, and the life and...
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Everyone has heard of the golden streets and pearly gates of heaven, but what will eternal life actually be like? Trusted pastor and bestselling author, Dr. Charles Stanley, explores the immeasurable perfection of the life Jesus promised in our heavenly home in this beautiful new book, The Gift of Heaven.
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A Universal Question, thoughtfully answered!What do you think: Will we see our dogs and cats in the hereafter? Does God's plan for eternity include the created nonhuman world? Franciscan friar and popular writer Father Jack Wintz brings a love for all creation and infectious enthusiasm to the serious task of exploring answers to these long-asked questions,In Will I See My Dog in Heaven? Father Jack admits that no one really knows what God has in mind for us in the next life. But in ten...
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Friar Jack wants you to know: God loves and cares for all creatures, including and especially those we are closest to!"Today at school, one of the kids told me that only humans go to heaven," my young friend, Eva Maria said. "I almost started to cry. Is that true, Friar Jack?"She went on, "My dog Daisy is my best friend. When I go home she jumps into my arms and licks my face. Wouldn't God want her to be with me in heaven?" Eva Marie looked at me, waiting for my answer. . .“We don’t know...